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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 17, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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I lit;;,: STATE CJ E: SOCIETY : Cornerstone, of New Catholic Church. is Laid CITY -COUNCIL


I Lengthy Discussions Feature Meetingof

!:: Young People of Organization Hold 'N.u.'tt ;I8, ; r the Gty Fathers I

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.. Most Successful lonven- : .V.-at'rvll:Far: The city council met in regular! session i
l..l__ "" ....._ Tuesday night, all the members I
tion In This Oty being present. At one or two points in

J the meeting some acrimonious discussions ,
I' One of the most successful conventions
were narrowly averted, but the
\ of the Christian'Endeavor ,Society ,
meeting passed off quite peaceably.
ever held in this state closed at'the The matter of a drainage canal in

Christian church Sunday night with a the western part of the city was .
r ,.splendid service in which the one hunI \ : I brought up by several citizen residentin
). I dred delegates ,consecratedthemselves .
that section. Mr. A_ Ej Donegan
\ anew to the fine work they have under offered to cooperate with tbe city in

1 ,taken. The slogan of the state society this matter, and the subject wa re-
} tf"Morv Workers and Better Work," I ferred to the street committee. with i

and this motif ran through all the power to act. '

services of the convention. Mr. W. B. Makinson asked that the 1
The convention was held in the Christian drainage canal leading from the railroad h

. church, but the members of the along his property be cleaned; as
C. E. of the Presbyterian church were the water had become stagnant tie .
active at all times in helping to enter desires to plant some tree, and can'tdo i

lain the delegates. It until the ditch is cleaned. The i
The opening service was held Friday street committee will clean
night A great many of the delegates Councilman Dann asked whether the '

t had riot arrived but the attendance was I minutes showed that R. II. Ludlam. '

F good, and the interest and enthusiasm who was elected City Engineer, had also rj
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J was splendid. I been appointed to take charge of
A fine, cordial address of welcomewas I I II }! ,/I
'I "t the paving work. This precipitated a I
t given by Rev. A, M. Chisholm. I lengthy discussion relating to the term., ,,', I 1
With the;solemn and impressive cer- .
of the church, in which he told l
u 1 pastor the young people that they were wel- I I emonial cornerstone of the Roman ofthe Catholic building churchthe whichis W. C. T. U. THE LAKE FRON1 i INTERESTING: CONTEST of former the employment city engineer of, on F.the H.first Jenkins paving ,- '.,7'

come to this hospitable city not only !
contract. A search of the 1
under erection for the local congregation though 1
because of what they themselves were was laid and blessed Monday afternoon Solicits Aid for the Mississippi Flood Offers the People of Kissimmee a Medals Are Awarded High School failed to show any agreement, ) "''f
because of what they represented as a
the members recalled that Mr. Jenkins \ '
society. The response, in a few words Kissimmee at 4:30.people: A, members goodly company and friends of I Snfferers.Mrs. Real Opportunity.The Pupils for Declamations.The : had offered to do the work of supervision .AEI't"I

was made by the president.The of the church. gathered at the site of S. B. ttvUman, president of the city of Kissimmee needs a new declamation contest of the Osce- for Z\\ per cent, deducting from his l' f

sermon of the evening D.D..I was the structure, at Sproule avenue and I local W. C. T. uTN as received the following dock. This li painfully apparent to ola High School on Thursday night at- commission the cost of preparing pro I'' .
preached by Rev. Arthur C. Dill, Mitchell street, attesting by their presence letter and at once took action to anyone who will take his life in his tracted an audience that filled the Audi files. There was no record of the '' t t

parlor of the Congregational! church in I a real interest in this newest ecclesiastical help relieve the flood sufferers: hands and try to perambulate to the torium. This is one of the most interesting amount to be paid for this, the recol- ': J ;,
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Winter Park, and teacher of philosophyin organization[ in this city. Jacksonville. Fla., April!! 28, '12. end of the rickety, battered. structure features of the commencementseason lection of the members ranging from 4 !t

Rollins College. lie "spoke from the I' The priests who participated in the My Dear Mrs. Aultman-Perhaps you that feebly answers to the name of the and the contest this year was $75 to $250.Councilman. f ;

text, "A mind to work, and the sermon service were Rev. Fr. Fox. of Orlando, have not read the Times-Union or Me- city dock now. fully up to the high standard set in Gilbert moved that R. H. q. 4 ,J.
was a: scholarly effort, but filled I There la a surprisingly large amountof former Six ladies Ludlam be employed to superintend the (
which the
who i is also pastor of the Kissimmee tropolis of the 26th inst., in years. young con- }.
with a devotional spirit. The speaker' church. Rev. Fr. Fmnigan and Rev. W. C. T. U. i> calling for aid for the business transacted on the water tested for the Carson medal and wor:. Councilman Breaker stated that :"'"
contended that we do'that which we front, both the incoming freight of five contested for the from his compensation should be taken
Fr. Navin, of Tampa, and Rev. Fr. Mississippi and Louisiana flood sufferers. young men > ih
make up our minds to do, and he urged of Sanford. We are trying to do our best for fruit truck, fish and naval stores, and Nelson medal. As shown by the accompanying tbe cost of the profiles prepared by Mr. ,;
their for } '
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his hearers to prepare minds The priests first blessed with the them. the outgoing freight of provisions for program, the ,declamationswere Jenkins. The price of the profiles could ,

the best service to their Master by regular service, the site where the altar Second-hand clothing, slightly worn, man and beast, being very heavy. For varied in character and the program I not be ascertained. Mr. Gilbert finally s

much' prayer and by much study of the. is to be erected. }Followed" by the will be gratefully received by them the proper accommodation of this bus- was very interesting. The general withdrew his motion, and a motion submitted i

.ffible..: Sunday school children and altar boysin and the Southern Express; Companywill iness it is imperative that an adequatedock excellence of the renditions by the by Mr. Breaker was carried.
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following this service a delightful't procession they then took their way ship these goods free of charge. be built. young folks was so marked as to give This provided that the minutes of the
reception was held at the A. W. L. to thE location of the cornerstone, Pack them in boxes to weigh fifty In addition to this the city should the judges a difficult task in selectingthe last meeting should be corrected to

Chapter House. The affair was informal wher _the service in accordance with pounds or less when packed. Do your make it possible for our citizens, and most capable speaker. The medal read that Mr. Ludlam b* employed to
,. and served admirably to make the prescribed ritual was observed.The best to at1, least send a 50-oound box to for the thousands of people who come were awarded as follows : The Carson supervise the work at a compensationof

the delegates and their hosts acquainted :- stone was laid and blessed by Rev. the sufferers. Please'take the names to the city every year, to enjoy the medal to Miss Dowayne Fisher; the 2J per cent, and that from his commission

with each other. Fr. Fox assisted by the other three of all contributors as well| as contributions pleasures which the lake ought to af Nelson medal to Mr. Harold Buzza. an amount be deducted sufficient

The Saturday morning sessions were priests. Rev. Fr. Bresnahan and the whether money, clothing or groceries ford. There should be proper anchorage The judges were Miss Arrowsmitb, of to pay Mr. Jenkins for the ro-

chiefly given over to.business, the reception of- congregation recited the litany of the and make report to me immedi for small boats, there should be a St. Cloud Mr.-C. E. Yowell and Mr.. J. files, this amount to be fixed b; tile t .

I of reports appointment Holy Name of Jesus. Rev. Fr. Finni-, ately. Please send to me the list of bathing pavilion, there should be rest D. Kuvkendall. counciL *.
committees, etc. At 10:30 Rev. C, H. gan made the address, an eloquent sermon names of contributors for publication. rooms and lookout stations on the lake For this, as for all the exercises of the On motion of Councilman Dann, the

Ferran, pastor of the Presbyterian appropriate to the occasion.. The I Miss Meal is aiding us and the local superintendents front. The city is missing a large opportunity commencement season, the stage of the latter matter was referred to the claims
'church of DeLand, gave an address on choir rendered three hymns during the are doing good work in failing to provide these Auditorium was most tastefully and committee for investigation. r

. ,"The Efficiency Campaign," in which service, which'closed with a few words here. things. artistically decorated. The contestants A letter was read from Mr. 'P. A. i

9 he took up in a practical'way a discussion by Rev. Fr Fox, who also offered up a Instruction!-Mark "Florida W. C. This problem the Board of Trade Is with Prof. Evans, occupied. seats Vans Agnew; who was appointed at the v
I of the means necessary to put into prayer and asked God's blessing on the T. U." plainly on every box.; Write now considering.,". At the next meet on the platform. last meeting as City Attorney. Mr.

effect the slogan of the society. new church. the words, "For the Flood Sufferers," ing:, Monday night, the matter will be1 The musical features of the evening Vans Agnew stated that the terms of,j. .

District rallies and discussions of the The cornerstone contains a box in on each box. Send you box to "Gov discussed. Anyone who has any ideas were greatly enjoyed, one of the pret- the partnership contract prevented! the .(,

best methods of Endeavor work occupied which are the names of the priests who Earl Brewer,Jackson. Miss." or "Gov. upon the subject Is invited to attend tiest numbers being a chorus by thirtyof individual members of the firm of Vans

tbe afternoon.In participated in the ceremony, of Mr. Jared.. Y. Sanders, Baton Rouge, La." thiameeting and express them. the High School girls. Brown's orchestra Agnew &: Crawford from accepting employment -
the evening 'splendid addresses Geo. E. Ledvina, the architect, and of Send money collected to either of the Kissimmee must have these improve gave several splendid numbers, and that If his service were
were delivered!! by Mr. Marcus C. Fagg all the officials. Copies of each of the above or to Miss M. E. Neal, Jackson ments. The only way to get them is and Miss Elizabeth Carson delighted desired as city attorney the firm of

\ and Rev. Frank F. Fitch. These earnest city papers were also placed in the box. ville, who will forward it to the presi for all the citizens to get together and the audience with a fine piano selec Vans Agnew &:Crawford would have to .
t' young men are well known here dents ot the unions of those states. boost for them. Come out Monday tion. The program of declamations''' be employed.The r'
. through their work in the Men and Religion Work on the new church is progressing
sufficiently Use your own pleasure. Very sincerely follows : letter precipitated an extended
their addresses rapidly the walls being up
'ii. Forward campaign, and will be of yours. JULIEN E. SOULS, night.MRS. "The Old Actor's Story"-LENA Mc- discussion as to |lhe exact botanical distinction
heard with interestby to show that it one MOTT DIES
were great State Supt. F. M. Dept. W. C. T. U. ADOO. between tweedledre and twee
in
the handsomest structures town.
| a large audience. Mr. Fagg followed in 203 Hogan Street.Arrangements "The Little Scottish Martyrs"-ROSE dledum. The matter waa. finally settled i/
." 1 the thought of the The building is planned throughout
out general
I have been made to I ;; O'BERRY. of the former action
receive -
his "Service, a the square Gothic style, the dictates of Passes Away from. Paralytic Stroke by the rescinding
I convention subject,
in
{ donations in clothing and provisions "Pro Patria"-MILDRED WINK. and the appointment of the firm of
[privilege, not a duty." "The Greatest this pleasing architectural school being at the Chapter House. Mrs. After Brief: Illness.Mrs. "The Sweet Girl Graduate"DowAYNE Vans Agnew &: Crawford as city attor..
the minutest detail of con
iSyndicate in World was the sub- followed to
the The Aultman has appointed the following Elizabeth1 Mott, -who had a FISHER ney.
and ornamentation. result
6' ti Eject of the address by Mr. Fitch on the struction : committee, and those who will kindly stroke of paralysis Thursday morninglast "A Few Bars in the Key of G"-
chaste and dignified -
is a particularly
? ;. [organized forces of Christianity.for the dele- edifice, thoroughly churchly infits help this worthy organization in their died eafly Saturday morning at the LELA McADOO. OH OY r 11-2
Sunday was a great day
noble work may call upon Mrs Me- residence of her daughter, Mrs. Izola "Cherokee Roses"-EDNA $CHWEI- if
and for the local membership. appearance.The !
. j tes will Phatter with money donations; Mrs. I McCalU north Broadway. Mrs. Mott KART. -
of the building
completion
/ [Regular. services were held in the morn- with interest the peopleof Pfann with provisions, and the president -f lived at Alachua until about four years "The Unknown Speaker"SAMuELLUPFER. Crackers dean Up Lakdand Bush
awaited by
( aftemoo.t3:80 aSundgJroo be I
In the i
I. l ing. for all the city, who have learned to admire Mrs. Aultman with clothing. It I ago, when she came to live with her Leaguers With Ease.
| rally and mottling young is to be hoped that the efforts these I II daughter in Kissimmee. She leaves to "The Black Horse and its Rider"-
pie With held. A feature of the af- the splendid way in which the Catholic I Well well! W were laboring und.rthe
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taken hold of the build- ladies are making will be liberally' rewarded -! mourn her loss five daughters, Mrs. JEROME MASSEE. ,
moon was a model Junior meeting members have and Kissimmee continue to bQ''' Izola McCall, Mrs. Lottie Bass, Mrs. Oration on "The F1alr"JOHNGAINES. impression) that Lakeland had* ball \
l' 'given by the local societies. The amount ing proposition. 1 i I team. but from the way the KUsimmee
the banner town jn this line of helping Julia Button, of this place; Mrs. Bol- .
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|Information which the little folks Mrs. H. T.-Gaines, wife of the the needy. len McKendre, of Plant City; Mrs. "The New South"-EDWARD NEW Crackers cleaned up the Strawberry 1

.'f' gave abuut the Bible and related of the Methodist church, who Belle Lowman, of Raleigh, Fla., and Chasers on Thursday we conclude that
pastor
themes was remarkable, and showed has been ill at the hospital in Orhmd* SHAfT IS 0. K. two sons, Harley Mott of Kissimmee, TON.Oration Entitled: "Give Me Libertyor the city with the aqueous name needsa y"
I :e unmistakably that there had been for time, is reporte considerably I and Will Mott of Gainesville. Give Me Death"-HAROLD BUZZA. little bracing up. The score was I'
I. t: splendid training. During this service some improved. She probably will The funeral was held at the McCall ---- 112. Yes. kind Christian friend) Kla- ( >

z;;; '4c Miss Ruth Wyandt of Magdalene, gave return. to her home in a few days. Elevator Will. Soon Be Installed In I residence Sunday morning Dr. Holt, COMMISSIONERSTake simmee wa on the. long 'end. Fred t
a mostfeharming illustrated talk: on Japan Bass said it'was a "cinch." and Fred'
C. W. Dann Building.The of the Baptist church, and Rev. Sny- M
y\\1 ,. and Mr. Fagg spoke briefly to the 1 der, of the Prebbytenan church officiating some connoisseur. The Cracker ,team
'\ young people. be used for the field work so much Tampa representative of the I The interment Was in Rosehill Up Matter of Road to the has been strengthened in several places!

J j; ', 1DK W. F. Blackman president of needed. Eighty dollars was in the Otis Elevator Co., having the contract I cemetery East Coast. and Kissimmee may confidently expect! ;
'\;,. RoWps\ College, wu the preacher at treasury at the end of the year, April for installing a modern electric elevatorin I --- I to nee the boys cleanup all comer
.4. .th. clesing service Sunday night.! Her I I 1, 1912. the new C. W.: Dann building in this ; The matter of building a road to the .

\ preached an inspiring sermon upon the The convention next year will be heldin city was here this week, examining the ': Hilburn to Speak Here. East Coast was taken up in real earnest CONE JOHNSON DIES ,

. .t "theme, "Jesus the Light of the I' Winter Park, an invitation having elevator shaft, and other preparations'' -------- at the meeting of the County Commis- j.
World." The evening sel vice was preceded been extended by Dr. A. C. Dill, pas- for installing the machine, He found I sioners this week, when the Board appointed -
-1 t by an installation service of the tor.of the Congregational church of everything just as it should be. The I Hon. S. J. irilburn, who is a can a committee consisting of G. Popular Young Man Succumbs to !.

"' newly elected officers, conducted by that city.Officers. elevator will probably be here within I didate in toe second primary against W. Anhton, Commissioner A. F. Bass Attack of Pneumonia.

r Rev S. S. Snyder, pastor of the Presbyterian for the coming year me: !, two weeks. The installation of this Hon. Frank Clark for Congressman and J. R. Donegan to secure data with

'\I' i I church of. this city. I[ President, Francis Coffin, Jacksonville; II I j elevator I is something of an event here, from the Second district, announces reference to suitable routes for such a Mr. Cone Johnson. son of Mr.. Tom '

- "\E The closing service for consecration vice president Dr. A. C. Lhll. Winter as it will be thefirst:::'ln the city, and that he will be in Kissimmee on the road. The committee will report at the Johnson who had partially recoveredfrom '
'.r. was conducted by Mrs. Admer Miller, 'Park; treasurer, S. Z. Douglas, De- Mr. Dann is to be highly commendedfor I. next meeting, and there seems to be no an attack of pneumonia and went
#.. of'Ruskin*. and "God Be With You 'Til I, Land; Junior superintendent, Miss Ruth the faith in the future of K s- i evening of Friday, May 17th, for reason why this important highway to the country to regain health, had a

" .' We Meet Again" was the last, heartfelt I Wyatidt, Magdalene! ; superintendentfor simmee'which has led him to put into' the purpose of addressing the voters should The Board not be soon on request opened.of Mr. J. R. relapse and died Wednesday night

,'I t song. 'I The Quiet Hour department, Miss his splendid store building this con .n the issues of the campaign. Donegal> appointed Mr. Peter Riuler- about 11 o'clock, from typhoidpneumonia -

I ", I Mrs. Dr. Geo. L. Hanscom, of At- Margaret Lewis ML Dora; Tenth Le- venience. Another interesting featureof He will also speak at Taft in the eon cattle inspector for the district between at the home of his brother. Gus \

I j 1.;I'\>. ianta.' added greatly to the enjoyment : gion, Miss Ruth Coffin, Eustis; the the Dann store ,will be an intercommunicating morning and SL Cloud in the afternoon Whittier.the Orange county. line and Johnson, in this city. life "
of
'l 'I; of the delegates at all the sessions by' missionary department, Mrs. B. Dick- II telephone system, connecting of the day. No bids fbr the lease of the ounty Mr. Johnson was in the prime
oj ; .V her,pleasing vocal solos. I man'', Ruskin. C. K. Wood editor: of all three floors and giving same convicts having been received, E. L. being about 25 year of age; was of ex-
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0.t", l The business session showed an increase I the DeLand Register, was chosen' them separate connections with the Mr. HQbnrn's friends in this county Lesley, A. F. Bass and R. G. Johnstonwere cellent habits, and leaves a host of Y

.;; /. of eight Young People's societies ,' Christian Citizenship leader, and "Sec- : city exchange.: Mr. Dann will have, on are preparing to organize and the appointed matter. a committee to attendto friends to regreUii.. loss. The funeral

1" Glut no change in Junior I ones. It I retary Grace" fills her offices of secretary -I the completion of the building, the make a vigorous campaign in .his. The clerk was I directed. to advertisefor wa held at Pleasant Hill Reave cemeteryyesterday oftb "4 .

er ; sjstivoted that the state' treasurer ask .press, introduction, and SunshineIsuperintendent. largest, moat convenient and well arranged Lelaalf.yr. bids for a new roof on the court afternoon, Rev. ,
I store in the city. house. ,. Point'officiating f ,
the h. societies for $6.00 pledge each. to 1 i I .. tt; ..0' '
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Dr. MURPHREE I" 'fi) ;
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has not, the whole I -

earth to sell but just choice' Will Deliver the Commencement Adv Ol"f It's QualityBuy --
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w bits of it located in dress of the.High School. Come and Get. : It: :

I President A. A. Murphree of the i iGILBERT'S ij
State University at Gainesville will de- :,

:Ai ; FLORIDAOne liver the commencement address of the A NEW LIN?',OF READYMADE '

OsceoU High School. No man,.in! Flor. .

11' ida stand. higher,as an educator Dr. JI.rnours CLOTHES FOR
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h of the necessaries. of life worth Murphree la putting the Florida State "

buying:. I University into the,lead among the successful -
TAR ANDCHILDREN *
A SELECT HOME state schools.. His address to .- J LADIES,
1 the graduates.will be notable eVentIn '
; A CHOICE FARM the history of the Osceola High .

VACANT LOT School. "
The graduation exercises, at which I
OR ACREAGE Dr. Murphree will speak, take place l'"

A.k on Monday night May 13, at 8 o'clock. Cut to fit in the newest styles in the latest and most fashionable "I
F,
The commencement sermon, by Dr. A. cloth in Skirts. Voile, Panama and Serges.
MRS. SUMMERS J. Holt, pastor of the Baptist church of
e BE SURE and see those brown and white Skirts in Pique and
LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor. this city, will be delivered in the Auditorium -
Clyde Ave, and Penfield, South Kis- Sunday morning May 12, at 11 V Cotton. ' -'

simmee, (Clyde, 2nd ave. west of o'clock. All} the churches of the city 1M1 Dainty Shirt Waists in Batiste, Swiss, Lawn, Lingerie
Court House, leading south. will join in the service at that time.

1 The graduation exercises of the You must see them for yourself .

Eighth grade take place tonight. On and "VERIBEST"cannede f .,

Monday morning at 9 the promotion .
exercises of the 5th, 6th 7th, 9th, 10th at prfees that defy
GARDNER & ELL1S
and 11th grades will be held. competition and fully
guar-
To all of these exercises the public is Mrs. E. L Pearce .
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS most cordially invited. anteed byWEST ,,'


We Guarantee our House-wiring to A. M.. C. Russell Dies. KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S Ci

I'BBS all Insurance Inspection. Hon. A. M. C. Russell, educator and

i FIXT HK newspaper man, died at his home in I __ __ .__ .

IS t''R. LET US FIGURE WITH YOU Brooksvi: at 3 o'clock last Saturday j OoOCi000:o :oooc>:oooc>oao<>oaoooaouoaoaoc:>o<>oao<>o<>oc:ooocqi
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morning. Death resulted from a car- '
I Iqq c. A. CARSON. 'J. A. CRANFORD. S. L,LUPFER.
'. buncle on the neck. Mr. Russell was President Vtc.-Pr ld nt. Sventmry
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old and is survived bya S
--- sixty-one years .
widow and eight children. He had PJIone| 250 Quick Delivery/

been ill for several weeks, and was i

New Neck-Bands I torced by this illness to virtually abandon KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
his campaign for state superintendent .

V Pins and Bows of public I instruction. Q .
1 I 0 s
,, : : Church Organized at Golha. C. W.GRlFFINStaple !i a Rough and Dressed a

A Presbyterian church has been or

CASH STORE Next Door toPostoflico ganized at Gotha, the organization being and FancyGROCERI'ES PINE LUMBER

perfected on Tuesday, May 7th,
with a membership of twenty-five.

Kev. S. S. Snyder, pastor of the Pres-
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I byterian church of this city, conductedthe -

services, assisted by Evangelist HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

FOUR WATCHES GIVEN AWAY I Edwards. The following officers were Free Delivery to all Parts '

elected : Elders-D. C. Mitchell, JamesE. 1 of the City:
R. M. Monely TrusteesMr. <>=x>oocoocxx>ocxx>ocxxxaex>ooocxxxtf
Mosely ; ,. I r
ABSOLUTELY FREEContest
Robertson, Mr. Belknap and Mr.

ends May 14th, call at our store. McLean.
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Wedding Presents a Specialty ? Small Home at a Sacrifice. : AdvertisingLong:O Distance 296

No. 465.-$775 will purchase a- good The
S new five-room cottage in Carson Addi- ,
Silver and Rich
Sterling: Cut ClassDiamonds
tion. House is located on two lots .r>0x is the
and Wedding Rings saying right thing ;
164 feet each, close to the lake, whereyou ATLANTA

W. H. BECKWITH JEWELRY CO. will enjoy the cool breeze from tlje at the right time ;
lake constantly. This is one of the very SEMI-WEEKLY I
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY best bargains we have on our list, worth i in the right wayWe 'of

Send us your watches for repair TAMPA, FLA. considerably more money than we are JOURNALThe
asking for it. We will be pleased to make a specialty of planning, preparing ._
show you this properly literature and conducting campaigns for
Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Munici-
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Biggest Newspaperin palities and Individuals.GLE.NNREAGIN .
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T HELP THE KIDNEYS the SouthThe ADVERTISERSTAMPA


FURNITURE TALK. regular price of The At- _
ICUtimmee Readers Are Learning the lanta Semi-Weekly Journal is 76 I

1'V Way. cents a year. If. you will send us FLORIDA :
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., order, can get *
your you
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:-'.;. It's the little ki/ney Ills- '
A woman' noticing the battered condition of her The lame,'weak or aching back. PLACE'J ,
The KIssImmee'VaHey o
husband, asked if he had"been in an encounter.' The unnoticed urinary disorders- THE ,;

"Worse than that" he replied. "it was a bargain That lead to dropsy and Bright's dis- Gazette GenU' Furnishings, Dry Goods, a Complete Line bf Shoes t

counter! There are some things you cannot ease.When the kidneys are sick, and the Nice line of Embroidery Flouncing Best line of Dress Ginghams75c"to .. i

buy at a bargain counter without being battered Help them with Doan's KidneyJPills, F axons$1.25 at 15 to 25c yd. Calico at 5c at yd.10 cents f
and beaten. One of these is FUR NIT I U R E. A remedy especially for sick kidneys. Atlanta SemiWeeklyJournal A. S. GILBERT. NORTH KISSIMMEE "

It might take some time to prove this. Here is Doan's have been curing kidney trou- .. .
bles for 60 - - ---
a simple way-come in at your convenience e and years. "
Endorsed by 30,000 peopleendorsedat r
see immense stock,of both one :year

V roof home.in a Kissimmee citizen's statement CARSON & BASS '
Furniture and Housefurnishings FOR ONLY $1.75 Z. BARAGER : .

,_ '. we.have and you will surprised at the low M. Cosner, Mabbette street, Kissim-: ------ Practical PaintingAll ,
mee, Fla., says: "I feel justified in giving -
prices we make you and the easy payments, and Doan's Kidney Pills my endorse Send in Your Subscription Work Guaranteed WALL PAPER ;
be in good shape when get home. .
you ment, for I know from personal experience -
I Iw. that this acts just Fight Paper Hanging: sad ,-.r' .J.
'. remedy as rep- Away l Wall Papering, Decorating Uc oratlng Specialty' ,,'
resented. I took Doan's Kidney Pills
CASH OR INSTALLMENTS when I was suffering from backacheand To ,this paper, not to the Atlanta Sign WritingPlealaat Window Shades, etc. '*;: J.

.. kidney complaint and I received Semi-Weekly Journal | Kissimmee Fla. i .
great benefit." Barlow's Horse and 1

KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. For sale by all dealers. Price. 50 AY8IUI Vats Cattle Powders and e t'

cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, I Poultry Food : : j V
New York, sole agents for the United -
J. E. RUSH Manager.
States. DROUGHTS BLDG. ';'/}
We OfferAtWholesale fire Signals. /u
OPiRA'HOUBL NEAR NEW DEPOT!
NEW
YORK
Remember the nameDoan'sandtake AVF, \
a . 'Y noother., Ward No. 1. Central portion of city, ;
...,,- ---_ -- one long blast of whistle. St., Cloud Fla.V :
I Ward No.2. North Kissimmee, two ;,

.................................................. .. Splendid Investment.No. the following parcels of Orange Veg long Ward blasts No.of 3.whistle.South Kisaimmee, three. Hif ",
466.It is Genera! "
certainly exasperating etable and Farming Land .
V blasts of whistle. 8-tf ...
long \
V 'j FOR GOOD PICTURES GO TO i i1' to see an opportunity of making' big, located in Orange county, Florida. \ }' ,-
quick money, and then not be ableto Terms furnished: Vi
r : take hold of It. We cant buy all the i flORIDA RMl[ ESTATE f fOR SALE[
:-1' THE GEM STUDIO i .No. 1-1,440 Acres at $20 an acre. Tine Home on Verona Street. ,
good things we see, and we are willing No. 2-840 Acres at $14 per acre.
No. 463 4000.A beautiful six- Beautiful winter home sites situated
HALL & PAYNTER. PnorniBJOTnB. 5. to pass them along to our friends. No. 3-1,264 Acres at $14'an acre. .
$z V.S .0.I Here's a sure one-113 acres all plattedand No, 4-512 Acres at $16 an acre. room cottage, new and up to date, asbestos in the Lake Region, of Florida. t ,
",... No. 5-810 Acres at SI 5 an acre. roof, all modern convenience s, i rucking and Farming Landg lri tar. I
: 'l : ready for sale in five and ten acre No. 6-760 Acres at $15 an acre. bath room, toilet, two lavatories, hot or small ,tracts. "itfiat,*,,t '11-
tracts, located within IJ-i miles of our No. 7-960 Acres at $12.75 per acre. '
.: Dealers in Ansco Cameras and Films also Cyk'o Paper. |:|. passenger depot, on and in close proximity No. 71-640 Acres at $12.50 an acre. and cold water, cabinet mai.tel..electric CITY PROPERTY!: A SPECIALTY .:,

; Work done for amateurs promptly. Florida! viewS of all i- to the best hard toad in Osceola No. 8-1.120 Acres at$12.75 an acr,'.. .lights. House furnished complete, including List your property with me for quicksale
No. 9-600 Acres at $*> an acre. piano. Nice flowers and shrubbery -
::; kinds. Prices reasonable. All work: guaranteed ,s > ; county. We are offering the tract in a No. 10-480 Acres at $20 an acre. in yard.: Large lot, fronting 1471 I s.
body at a very attractive, price. 44o No. 12-600 Acres at $12 per acre.
:
w : feet on Verona street, extending back H. M. Breaker
p, iMrtrBi fr.**.**.***..#*..*..*..*.*..*
No. 16-640 Acres<; at $12,75 an acre. location. Terms can be arranged Box 178 KISStMMEB. FLA
18tfHIM. BREAKER & Co. No. 17-600 Adres at $11 an acre. half of . .
on purchase
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT: price.
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No. 18-800 Acres at $12.75 an acre.
HOTEL' Truck Farm for Sale. No 19-1,040 Acres at*12.75 an acre. Property must be seen to be appreciat- The Kissimmee Library. ,
IiFN'TRAL W. P. Tuttle and Thos. Fouls ,. 3
1 : No. 20-920, Acres at $12.75 an acre. ed. Let us show it tu you. '
Proprietors No. 467.-$3,000 secures a six-room
i 18-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. The Kissimmee Library offens to Its
TITLE BOND AND GUARANTEE
cottage located on lot containing two
COMPANY -- -- subscribers: a list of .over four hundred _
a a ,:, RATES.: $1.60. 2.00 and $2.50 PER DAY-AMERICAN PLAN acres of land, within three blocks, of
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books by the best authors
BANPOHD FLORIDA Splendid Residence Lot. any or all of
the center of the city. This is a fine
Baths Electric Lighted Homelike and Cheerful 18-4t which you have.the'privilege of reading
Hot and Cold. .
garden proposition, with two artesian No 463-Fine, large, vacant corner for only $2 which secures a single f''
wells on the property, and if properly lot. 80x1471 feet, close to lake .
Splendid membership, or $5 for a family' memo";; ..
cultivated crops should'pay for the WANTED-To or partly furnished rent for summer house ,closein. furnished location; good neighborhood. Wa bersblp. Capt Trench the librarian,-
; place within two years. A cash propo- Not ; are offering this large lot at the will issue '
We-Can Do Your Printing too large. Must'have conven- very you a membership card to'.I'
sition. enees, and be reasonable. L. K. D.} low price of $400 cash. H:-M. Break* the above amount. Library in Staler ....
11.'M. BREAKER &. Co.
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